Skip Main Navigation
Page Content
This event has ended

Transforming Conflicts with Nonviolent Communication: An Introductory Workshop

SEEDS Community Resolution Center

Friday, October 26, 2012 at 5:30 PM (PDT)

Transforming Conflicts with Nonviolent Communication:...

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Transforming Conflicts with NVC Ended $450.00 $9.95
Transformings Conflict with NVC Student Fee Ended $299.00 $8.47

Who's Going

Loading your connections...

Share Transforming Conflicts with Nonviolent Communication: An Introductory Workshop

Event Details

 

This workshop includes an evening introduction to the basics of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), developed by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, and a 2-day training how to apply NVC in mediation.  Using this model we can move away from the specifics of "he said, she said" into the heart of the issue, uncovering the deeper needs that have not been recognized, honored, or met. Participants will be introduced to a specific mediation process developed by “Mediate your Life” trainers Ike Lasater and John Kinyon that is simple, flexible, yet powerful and has helped thousands of conflict resolvers around the world to learn and apply NVC skills in every area of daily life.

 

Friday, October 26, 2012, 5:30 PM Arrival/Registration, 6-9 PM:Introduction to NVC,

          AND

Sat. & Sun., October 27 & 28, 2012, 8:30 PM Arrival, 9 AM–6 PM: NVC Mediation

 

Training  fee:  $450

Student Discounted Fee: $299

About the presenter:

 

Katharina W. Dress, MA has been a mediator for 7 years and a facilitator and trainer for over 25 years.  She has a Masters degree in Communications from San Francisco State University and extensive mediation training, including Nonviolent Communication. She is founder and principle mediator at AGING IN HARMONY and serves on the Civil Court Mediation Panel of the Superior Court of Alameda County. As a trainer, Ms. Dress offers her own Conflict Resolution Skills and Cultural Competency workshops, serves on the training team of SEEDS, and supports Ike Lasater and John Kinyon in “Mediate your Life” trainings in the US and Europe.

 

Have questions about Transforming Conflicts with Nonviolent Communication: An Introductory Workshop ? Contact SEEDS Community Resolution Center

When & Where


AgeSong at Bayside Park
1440 40th Street
Emeryville, CA

Friday, October 26, 2012 at 5:30 PM (PDT)


  Add to my calendar

Organizer

SEEDS Community Resolution Center

Services

SEEDS Community Resolution Center helps people find solutions to community issues and problems. We offer a variety of programs and services to residents and businesses in Alameda County.  We cannot and do not provide legal advice. If your situation is not appropriate for our services, we can offer information and referrals to help you find the right agency to meet your needs.

Community Mediation

GOT CONFLICT? Don't Stress, Don't Fight, Don't Litigate. MEDIATE.
SEEDS offers trained, neutral mediators to help you and others in conflict find constructive solutions that meet everyone's needs.

Learn more about our mediation programs or contact SEEDS to talk about your situation.

Court-Recommended Mediation

SEEDS provides same-day mediation services for Small Claims Court in Hayward, and in Civil Harassment Court in Oakland and Hayward, to reduce expense and improve outcomes.

Learn more about Court-Recommended Mediation.

Facilitation

Could your groups and meetings be more participatory and productive?
SEEDS will custom design a process to help your group, organization or community work more collaboratively and achieve goals and outcomes.

Learn more about our facilitation programs or contact SEEDS to explore how we can help.

Training

Would you like to improve your ability to communicate and problem-solve?
SEEDS will help you or your organization cultivate your skills and capacity to manage conflict, communicate more effectively, and develop lasting solutions.

Learn more about our training programs or contact SEEDS to discuss training options.

Restorative Justice

Through restorative processes, SEEDS helps to create caring communities in our courts, schools, and neighborhoods.

Learn more about Restorative Justice principles and SEEDS’ new Restorative Justice programs.

Community Outreach

Want more information about conflict resolution and SEEDS?
SEEDS can send you brochures and/or come speak to your group about the benefits of mediation, how to resolve your own conflicts more effectively and how to access SEEDS’ services when needed. Learn more about how your agency or group can benefit.

Consultation

Don't know where to begin?
Every call with SEEDS starts with an intake and consultation to explore how we might be able to assist you, your group or your organization.

Contact us to discuss your options.

  Contact the Organizer
Transforming Conflicts with Nonviolent Communication: An Introductory Workshop
Emeryville, CA Events Class

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.